Announcing “Education by Design” Week at Mode Lab

Education by Design” Week at Mode Lab
September 23-29

“Education by Design” week is a series of in-person and online educational experiences exploring new modes of technology-enabled design innovation. This weeklong event will kickoff our redesigned approach to curriculum development and delivery to center on the needs of creative professionals in the field of architectural design.

Focusing on Parametric Design with Grasshopper, this skillbuilding series includes Free Livestream Events, Online Course Releases, the DFM Summit, and an In-Person Workshop. Mark your calendars and get ready to learn.

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We will be curating the Technology Workshops on Day 2 of the conference. Take advantage of this opportunity for hands-on assignments with industry professionals in the cutting edge field of facade technology. Registered architects earn 8 AIA LU credits.

Additional highlights include keynotes given by Stefan Behnisch and Gerardo Salinas; Nathan Miller of CASE will be moderating the Innovation Panel and Chris Bently of theArchitect’s Newspaper will moderate the Materials Panel.

Stephen Behnisch
Partner, Behnisch Architekten

Since founding Behnisch Architekten in 1989, Stefan Behnisch has directed the design of dynamic, award-winning buildings that promote sustainability and design excellence within the built environment. With a design portfolio that includes master plans, public buildings, educational facilities, offices, sports halls, redevelopment, and museums, Behnisch strives to design inclusive buildings that provide maximum benefit to all users.
Gerardo Salinas
Partner, Rojkind Arquitectos

After receiving his B.Arch. from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and M.Arch. from the University of Maryland, Gerardo Salinas worked for Ellerbe Becket. After working on several master planning and institutional projects, Salinas became Senior Project Designer with HNTB and Senior Associate at Anderson Mason Dale Architects. A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, Salinas demonstrates knowledge and passion for sustainable design. In 2008, Salinas was named Young Architect of the Year by AIA Denver. In 2010, Salinas joined Michel as partner of rojkind arquitectos.